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Pakistan’s Supreme Court allows military trials in terrorism cases

Pakistan’s Supreme Court allows military trials in terrorism cases

Aug.5, Islamabad: Supreme Court in Pakistan has ruled to allow military trials for terror suspects — the latest ...

Sixteen killed, over 50 injured in Russia bus collision

Sixteen killed, over 50 injured in Russia bus collision

Aug.5, Moscow: At least 16 people were killed and more than 50 others injured when two buses have ...

People who eat spicy food regularly live longer

People who eat spicy food regularly live longer

Aug.5, London: Eating spices regularly may linked to lower death risk, a research suggested. People who eat ...

Tunisia’s new counter-terrorism law endangers human rights

Tunisia’s new counter-terrorism law endangers human rights

Aug.5, Tunis: Tunisia’s new counterterrorism law imperils human rights and lacks the necessary safeguards against abuse, according ...

Norway to enter into partnership with ASEAN

Norway to enter into partnership with ASEAN

Aug 5, Oslo:  ‘Norway has today been invited to enter into formal partnership with the Association of ...

Burundi: UN condemns assassination attempt on leading human rights defender

Burundi: UN condemns assassination attempt on leading human rights defender

Aug.5, New York: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations human rights office have strongly condemned the assassination ...

 
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Aug.5, Islamabad: Supreme Court in Pakistan has ruled to allow military trials for terror suspects — the latest in...[ ] Full article
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Aug.5, Tunis: Tunisia’s new counterterrorism law imperils human rights and lacks the necessary safeguards...[ ] Full article
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Aug.5, New York: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations human rights office have strongly condemned...[ ] Full article
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Aug.4, Nairobi: A leading Burundian human rights defender, Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, was shot and injured on the evening of August 3, 2015, in the capital, Bujumbura, Human Rights Watch said. He is in intensive care. On the morning of August 3, rumors that Mbonimpa had been shot or arrested were circulating on social media. These rumors were unfounded at the time: Mbonimpa spent the day working, as usual. At about 5:30 p.m., after he left his office and was in his car, an...[ ] Full article
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Stop killing “dissent” in Bangladesh Killing bloggers in Bangladesh is killing change Das, a Bangladeshi...[ ] Full article
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Addressing thousands of foreign guests and veterans, Putin chose to ignore the boycott, thanking Britain, France and...[ ] Full article
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Thor Halvorssen’s deep engagement in the complicated and often dizzying politics of global human rights has put him...[ ] Full article
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By Kaveh Taheri Iran nuclear deal outlined, but discord appears over details within 24 hours. Statements issued by foreign ministries of Iran and the United states provided us much to make us believe the Lausanne deal has hit the snag. Iran has evaded to clarify its nuclear program during twelve years of hide-and-seek, as International community has expressed concerns. The officials have claimed the nuclear program is for medical purpose which has been frequently...[ ] Full article

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